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the winning play, then collapses and dies. we learned what happened to his heart. >>> and made in america. your great ideas for keeping jobs here at home. tonight, the american worker is our "person of the week." >>> good evening. they were out there today at just about every gasoline station in america, 114,000 stations across the country. the workers pulling down one set of prices and slapping up new, higher ones. prices all americans have seen climb almost every single day. since the start of the year, take a look at this, the average price of a gallon has jumped 10%, from $3.07 to $3.38. so, we sought an answer. how much higher can this go? matt gutman reports in tonight from hollywood, florida. $3.53 next to you, matt. >> reporter: that's right, diane, and oil prices today closed at their highest level since any time since september 2008, just a little over $104 a barrel. and the experts we spoke to said even they were surprised by how quickly these gas prices followed. and they said the soaring prices are not likely to slow down any time soon. not since hurricane katrina shut down o
teach for america go where did you teach, south bronx. and they show their teach for america tattoos. you are creating a kind of movement. the marine corps alumni represents a kind of movement represent ago certain attitude towards the world, you know -- >> this is exactly the idea. this is the big idea, you know? and teach for america isn't really about -- we are about teachers are critical but teach for america is about building a movement among our country's future leaders to say, we got to change the way our education system is, fundamentally. and i think your article in the new yorker about the formation of movements just captured the whole theory of teach for america and this is about the foundational experience about teaching successfully in ways that, you know, i think we're creating a corps of people who are absolutely determined to expand the opportunities facing kids in the most absolutely, you know, economically disadvantaged communities. you know, who are pouring themselves into their work and trying to put their kids on a different trajectory and, you know, having varyi
of thomas allen has written a new book fighting for the king and america's first civil war. who were the tories? >> people who didn't want to have independence from england. they started to talk. it was all political up until concord and lexington. and then there was a time when you could take the position being against the revolution and not get into too much trouble but wants the declaration of independence comes along you have two americas and the america that declared independence is fighting the americans who were not fighting. they allied themselves with british troops and former military units, 150 military units and they go and fight. uniforms and weapons, the holding. win the battles take place, the british who have a grand tradition of keeping a history of regiments kind of look with disdain on to these colonials they are fighting with and as a result you get a lot of british descriptions of battles but it is hard to find descriptions by the loyalists as they call themselves. when the war comes to an end and they have to tell the british commission on loyalists what they di
is in south america, but it's considered part of the caribbean, and they came to cut, to work on sugar plantations. so part of what fascinated us was what is this substance where someone in be his family -- in his family all the way in russia, a serf, and someone in my family looking to get a better life over here in india and then over to the caribbean, what is this substance that could effect people from such different parking lots of the world? -- parts of the world? >> and before we trace that out, we want to ask you a question. how many of you think you might have sugar somewhere in your family background? so that's one, two, three -- oh, man, yes! yes! >> all right. what i'm going to do, i just want to hear from a couple of you where your family might have been from, okay? >> well, i think my family might have been in the caribbean -- >> caribbean. >> okay, absolutely. >> okay, very good. okay? >> i feel my family was either in the caribbean or in europe. >> very good. >> okay, okay. >> i think my family was either in the caribbean or europe. >> okay. very good. anybody else here
budget crises of their own leading to angry protests about the future role of unions in america. and throughout the world uprisings in north africa and the middle east sending oil prices surging. stephen moore joins me now. one issue at a time. >> okay. >> when these protests in state capitols subside, will unions, which have been weakened over the last 30 years in america, will they come out stronger or weaker? >> well, i don't view this as an assault against the unions but i do think this is a really important fight for the future of finances of state and local governments across the country. one of the things i try to tell viewers is this isn't just about wisconsin. what's happening in madison. this is about what is likely to happen in many, many states if they don't get their public pensions and their public health care under control. and so i think the stakes are really high here, ali. i think in the end that these legislate tours are going to do the right thing. >> sorry, do the right thing, do the right thing, you mean go ahead with these plans that some people call union
love to talk at schools. k through graduate school and one question i ask children in america is i ask them how many of you have talked great detail to your grandparents or elders or fore father's about world war ii or the depression or vietnam or civil rights movement, or perhaps if your parents or grandparents came from another country and settled here what it's like. only five to ten percent of the ands come up. if i asked that same question in afghanistan or pakistan or africa 90% of ands come up and i think the as great tragedy we've lost that oral tradition and a rich tradition about folklore and heritage and faith and heritage. to honor that today i'd like to share with you a little story. it's a hard cover book that came out in march of 2006. anybody have a hard cover. wave it up here. you might not want it after i say this. i got to pick the title. three cups of tea but viking told me they would pick the subtitle and they picked one man mission to fight terrorism one school at a time. i objected because obviously there's- ways to fight tear riz m with education but i said i do
new york city. there is a special show on monday, 10:00 p.m. eastern. [ applause ] >> hello america, tonight is another fun-filled friday on the glenn beck program. revolution, that is what we're going to talk about tonight but in the historic context and we have people in the audience who are from hungary and russia and cuba, from countries all over the world that have experienced revolution. and revolution up until recently is a word that everybody thought was ridiculous. it was a forgotten idea, something from the old days in the history books that apparently doesn't read anymore. but the events around the middle east has served to put us on alert, i hope. too many people, gee, revolution is great. no, it's not. because revolution is just the beginning. it's a reminder of what a small but dedicated group of people bent on revolution can accomplish. we can easily forget the seeds of our own country were planted in revolution. how many countries that are existing right now in the world have their roots in revolution. i'll give you that answer in a second. our revolutionaries were d
with the plans for the america's cup? do you think the city should try it spend money to keep the 49ers? supervisor mar: did not get me started. i could go on for a long time. i think america's cup will help the whole area. i think the organizing committee has a big task to raise a lot of private sector money so it does not impact negatively on our general fund, but i do think the deal crafted by a lot of the enforcement is a good deal will help a lot of the parts of the city that need the help. it is also a lot of gauging of community groups and the yacht club saying that they want to provide better boating opportunities and education for young people in the mission district or, hopefully, in the mission or other places. but i know that as the america's cup moves forward, there are many community-based groups that want to be part of it. we recently had communications from the parks council wanting to ensure the swimming and blue and green projects could be created with the america's cup also encourages improvements of swimming pools so people see how water is a big part of our lives th
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than a decade and the one simple move this week that got him caught. >>> made in america. thousands of you writing in from the firefighter's uniform to the kindergarten class to the discovery at the golden gate bridge. what all of you found. >>> good evening on this saturday. like clock work, the spike in twisters we see every year when we start the month of march returned in devastating force. one tearing through a louisiana town flipping a mail truck like a toy. snapping utility poles. the power is out tonight in more than 100 homes damaged. we've now learned of one death, a mother trying to save her child. the tornado is part of a massive storm system. there are flood warnings and watches in 20 states from the mississippi river to the hudson river. meteorologist chikage windler leads us off. >> reporter: three suspected tornados touched down within 15 minutes of each other in southern louisiana this morning. hardest hit, the town of rayne where winds damaged 50 homes. at least a dozen people were injured. a 21-year-old mother was killed when she tried to protect her daughter from
to keep the nation's longest >>> six flags is now hiring for their 2011 season. six flags america held its job fair at the park. the company needs 2,500 people to work at the park this spring and summer. new to the job fair this year, auditions. those doing the hiring can identify the most outgoing applicants and tap into hidden atlantis they might have. >>> learning more tonight about an alleged massive price fixing scheme involving 21 airlines that have been charged. the government claims the airlines conspired with competitors to inflate passenger and cargo fuel surcharges between 2000 and 2006. the airlines paid more than $1.7 billion in fines. 19 executives have been charged with wrongdoing. four have gone to priz's. among those convicted, british airways, korean air and air france. no major u.s. carriers have been charged. >>> gas prices continue to climb. still ahead tonight, what all of this could mean for our fragile economy. >>> and wipeout. the kodak moment. that did not go as planned. standing by with an update on ♪ ♪ hello sshe ♪s yocan be ♪ove u [ chuckl ] o ur morod
. >>> a turning point for america's committee, the unemployment rate has fallen below 9% for the first time in nearly two years. the jobless rate hit 8.89% in february with 222,000 new jobs created. experts say it's a sign the labor market is turning the corner. >>> luxury is everywhere at baltimore's ritz carlton residences. one of people who live there is would like to build their own personal gun range inside. there's no word if whether it would be for the condo's most prominent resident clancy. clancy's penthouse has 15,000 feet of space. an architect is looking into building permits. >>> one teacher's lesson about slavery slavery gets a little too real. >> she was kind of mean. she should have said sorry. >>> just minutes away what this elementary schooler was forced to do in class. >>> the final seconds of a basketball victory goes terribly wrong when the star player drops dead. find out what happened. >>> young love gone bad. a maryland teenager's life lost to dating violence. >>> milder but also a wetter weekend headed our way. i'm bob turk, i'll have the complete warning weather f
to transform america. you are in many ways saying you want to transform america. >> i think president obama wants to change america into a different country. i want to renew the american dream that all of us are endowed by our creator with certain alien able rights. we have the right to pursue happiness. i want to make sure everybody has a chance to create wealth. if somebody hasn't create it you can redistribute it. i saw him today talking about how no school is going to fail. the sad fact is, his administration backs things like the new york city union which wants to fire the 5,000 most newest most aggressive, most energetic, most dedicated teachers on behalf of mediocrity. i think we ought to be clear, if you want people not to fail you better have a standard of measuring success. you better have a standard of encouraging people to do their best. the president unfortunately backs bureaucracies that guarantee we are not going to you can seed. >> sean: we you have -- we you have a 14 trillion debt by the time the next president gets in it will be around 18 trillion, how do you with numbers
the teen sensation is calling america evil. oh, baby. >> fox and friends starts right now. ♪ >> good morning everybody. thanks for joining us. we have a lot to show you. some very, very cool innovative new inventions that clayton has found. did you find this at ted? >> they talked about this at the figu big conference. >> big famous ted conference. >> in one minute we are going to preview this incredible invention. >> 3-d printing. image being at your house and actually printing something out that is an object like a shoe or a hat. we are going to be making a human ear. the incredible change. this is going to change the way we do business in america. >> i will have an on list. >> we have a showdown on capitol hill in the budget. it is heating up. this time they unveil their plan to cut $6.5 billions in the next 7 months. will lawmakers find middle ground between republican and democratic proposals before this march 18th deadline rolls around. >> we are live in washington with the details. >> $4 billion that's already been cut from this year's budget. the president had to do that or r
can tell it is written by me. i am curious. how many teachable america alumni currently in the program are here? pretty amazing. first question. was there a time where american education was not in crisis? >> some -- >> you can just say yes if you want. >> no. i think we have had this issue -- i have limited historical knowledge myself but i am sure we have had these issues forever. we have been in denial about this particular issue that we are working to address. i think 20 years ago a lot of people were in denial about the very existence of what we call today educational inequity. >> security offices and police and less and less recess time, school menus that require a law degree to decipher with rule upon rules, longer school days, why would a child want to go to school? >> i think about the school's, talking about these transformational schools. kids are dying to be in school because first of all the principal and teachers love their kids and they build a community among them and the kids know that they will work incredibly hard but there is a huge pay off for that. i don't know th
states of america has achieved new progress. people to people contacts and exchanges between our two countries grow rapidly. last year, 3 million visited each other. 1 million from china, 2 million from the united states of america. we see our mutual friendship enhanced, our cooperation consolidated and expanded. especially, our bilateral trade reached a new record of $385.3 billion. 29.3% more than the previous year. that is 150 times more than 32 years ago, when china and america established diplomatic relations. and the state of california maintains its leading position in exports to china. in the fourth quarter of last year, california exported x 0.8 billion u.s. dollars to china, which is 28% more than the same period of last year. 35% is from the bay area. the year 2010 is also a very remarkable in the relationship between china and san francisco. last year, shanghai and san francisco celebrated the city's anniversary of the sister city relationship. three mayors of this city led a large delegation to shanghai and inaugurated the grand opening of the san francisco post at the w
degrees at the airport, 43 at [ male announcer ] what if you could combine america's most advanced fiber optic network with america's most loved mobile device? wouldn't that be something? control your tv, manage your dvr remotely and with a flick of a finger, send pictures straight to your flatscreen with the fios app for iphone. to get more from your iphone, wherever you are, you need verizon fios. a network ahead. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >> i am apologetic. >> we showed you the video caught inside of a liquor store where a customer went on a bottle-busting binge. she turned herself in. she was appalled by her own behavior. if convicted, she could spend a year behind bars. a priest in ohio is under arrest after a drunk driving arrest. >> -- >> he was arrested after running his car off the road. police said he spotted the police coming, moved to the back seat of the car and covered himself up with a code. he said he had been at tryouts for american idol. this could be his third conviction. >> a former baltimore council president has
] >> and dealing with america's terrorist enemies, i said that our tax dollars should pay for weapons to stop them, not lawyers to defend them. [applause] >> and you know what, the default position of the local machine is always to brush off political republican candidates who are running for office is as right wing nuts. well, this time it was different. it didn't fly in massachusetts. and under a short time before the final debate, i remember like it was yesterday, on a bitter cold night, as cold as it is here, this is tropical, come on. i shook hands, i actually went outside, it probably was, had to have been 10 or 20 below zero. it was cold. it was a cold night, but they were out there holding signs for each other. and i went outside and i shook hands with everybody, including those people who were supporting my opponent. they were mostly union guys and they would say scott, scott, we are voting for you. [laughter] >> yeah, we're here because we're getting paid to hold these signs. [laughter] >> we are voting for you, yes. well, that assure a confidence builder for the debate that i was having
they wrote of this is my house. it's about people from central america and in texas they call them otm, other than mexicans. [laughter] and this is what we have within our own experiences of people outside our experience don't have it's humorous in some ways it's really sad in most ways and so i went on to close with this issue. those of us who had this immigrant background, when we came to congress, we -- if we don't forget we are and where we come from, we can take our history and background and turn that into policy to make the policy of more precise, more focused and humane. because we should know where we come from. i talked about asians in general. and touched upon latinos. we have the congressional black caucus, the congressional hispanic caucus and cpac. it's come to the surface because we understand now even though slavery was not an immigration issue its and as and humane as it was african-americans were brought here, not integrated, but more recently in this history of this country we have immigrants from columbia, 25% of the popular dvd population our afro columbia and the central
america's news headquarters, hi, everyone. i'm jamie colby. the owner of a texas daycare center is now one of america's most wanted fugitives. 22-year-old jessica tata is missing and she may be in nigeria. police say she started a fire that killed four children at a daycare center she ran in her houston home. she faces nearly 30 criminal charges stemming from the fire, including four counts of manslaughter. >>> the crew of the space shuttle discovery hard at work at their last day in space. ♪ >> i wanted you to hear the wake-up song, ohio come back to texas. the crew spending the day performing maintenance and other system repairs before they leave the international space station tomorrow. it's discovery's final mission. >>> we'll be right back. >>> first it was mubarak, now gadhafi. the white house putting the freeze on $30 billion in libyan assets. now bipartisan group of senators wants to turn up the heat by doubling down, urging will we send billions more to the region to spread the good word of democracy? charles payne, i fear we're sending something else? >> this is outrageous! not
new book, "the ugly side of beautiful: rethinking race in prisons in america" will be published later this year. the start of the off-broadway hip-hop theater production, he has lectured and performed at over 100 colleges and correctional facilities in the united states, africa, asia, latin america, and europe. he has released two albums to critical acclaim, taught at brooklyn college, new york university, the new school in columbia university, and is now touring lyrics for lockdown. one of those is sponsored by the naacp. i learned that he is beginning rehearsals for the remakes of "the wiz." let's welcome him. [applause] our moderator for this afternoon, world renowned anti- racist, multicultural educator. [applause] yes. as many of you in the audience know, she is an accomplished front line teacher. a teacher, educators, researchers, writers, consultant, speaker. she is like a mother, auntie, big sister, all in one, for me. she has taught in canada, the caribbean, and the u.s. and has been involved in the development of teachers for two decades. she consults on anti-racist inclusio
the 34th america's cup and the infrastructure investment that would be made at some of the port facilities as well as another reason why the plan was delayed, was because we through this under inspection program -- we were finally able to meet with the puc only about a week and a half ago to determine how we might work with them to use some of their assets to help us take care of this problem. i will expand on each of those briefly. the america's cup is $55 million. infrastructure where it is mostly 30, 32, and 37, although i'm not sure it is completely nailed down at this point. we reported experiencing some loss of revenue bonds capacity. we are in an ongoing conversation with the city's capital planning committee about how we can replace that. this makes a strong argument for us to be included in general obligation bonds. unlike the 2008 bonds, which were the first time we were ever included in city-wide gm bonds. the puc has agreed to assist us with $34 million in financing. a lot of that, we are hoping -- we hope that it is most of that, actually -- will be tied into the ey
world. >>> plus, america at the crossroads. women on the verge of a comeback. "nightly news" begins now. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. if you look at the numbers, the news is good. not so good if you have to get gas this weekend. here's what we mean. it's in the form of today's economic news. unemployment is down to a rate of 8.9%. of course the administration today said this is proof their policies are working. the bad news, the revolt in nations like libya, where we'll be taking you in a moment, is driving up oil prices. up over $2.50 a barrel today to close now at over $104 a barrel. national average for a gallon of gas is now close to $3.50, but we'll also take you tonight to where high test is selling for $5 a gallon. so we have all three fronts covered tonight, from here to north africa, beginning with white house correspondent savannah guthrie on the numbers today making news. savannah, good evening. >> reporter: good evening to you, brian. after so many months of disappointment, finally today a jobs report that met expectations. there are signs
in america today. it's called america's decline. or america's competitiveness. that's what the president spoke to in the state of the union, and all kinds of people are debating this subject now. it has to do with the rise of china and india and the economic growth of those emergeing nations. it has to do with the fact that technology has no respect for boundaries, which we are discovering in the middle east right now, right? >> absolutely. >> rose: where do you come down on that in terms of america? because you're leaving america. >> america has had great natural resources, huge amount of land, and that's been extremely important in its growth. but it also has respected science and innovation, and we see great growth areas in california and the boston area, in particular. and i think america recognizes the importance of human capital. that is, intellectual capital and the generation of ideas. but it needs more nurturing. i mean, science education in the u.s. is not up to scratch. and -- >> what does that mean "not up to scratch?" >> it's just not generating enough educated individuals,
education. >> here is what i think, i say i am not willing to give up on any child in america. i say i'm not willing to give up on any school in america. i do not accept failure here in america. >> in fact, governor bush picked that school as an example of turning a school around after it was a failure a couple of years ago. >> shepard: what about the debate over unions in florida, it's a right to work state, we're not expecting wisconsin style thing, are we? >> some people believe there may be that problem because there is a budget crunch in the state of florida. there is a difficult situation in terms of funding some of the schools, a loss of federal money. they're asking teachers to kick in to their pension 5%. here is one union leader's story on that. >> i'm wearing a black ribbon in solidarity with workers in wisconsin, ohio, and indiana and it is also the fact that florida is next. there is some very nasty legislation and it is not for the good of our students issues but to silence the voices of our teachers. >> she's talking about multiple bills that the republicans in the legis
jobs in america. >> the unemployment rate fell to its lowest level in nearly two years. >> unequivocally a good report. total new jobs created 192,000. >> most private sector jobs in nearly two years. >> news gets better. >> unemployment dipped to 8.9%. that's a good road map. >> i think we're on the right path. >> seems to be a very good report. >> republicans take credit for the good and of course blame the president for it not being good enough. >> john boehner put out a statement saying this improvement in the job situation is welcome news, but he says this is far above where the obama administration promised it would be. >> republicans in wisconsin that promised to make jobs are going to cut jobs. >> governor scott walker in wisconsin says he will begin to issue thousands of layoff notices to state workers today. >> could it slow the economic recovery? >> 77% of people, 77% of people in the country say unions should be able to hold onto what the republicans in wisconsin are trying to take from them. >> but jobs are not what mike huckabee is worried about. >> he is
in corporate america. through his leadership in der -- xerox it led to the hireb of literally thousands of women and people of color. bernard is also highly sought after as an international business consultant and has counseled governments all cross the world from south africa, germany, england, france in economic development and he's also a celebrity in his own right. he's got numerous radio and television programs including the macneil-lehrer rorkts the "nbc nightly news," cnn and national public radio. he's lace family fan. -- also a family man. married to his wife shirley for 44 years, they are one of the most admired and respected couples in l.a. and the proud parents of their son khalil. their partnership represents and alliance based on love, respect, family and friends. and they're also very generous with their success. over the past 20 years they've donate. ed and raised millions of dollars for scholarships for college-bound students, particularly african-american students and students going to their favorite institution, florida a and m university, which bestowed an honorary d
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's basically -- the "uss new york" is built on emotion. it's recycling that emotion, taking america's worst day, and turning it into our greatest national symbol. and i felt that as i was going in there that day, that this was something special that not only i, but, you know, the nation can rally around. >> reporter: at 684 feet, the ship is longer than two football fields. it has a crew of 360 sailors and can carry up to 700 marines. it sailed up to new york for the commissioning ceremony. as it passed the site of ground zero, the warship fired a 21-gun salute. when we return, learn about this very special ship. twist to one, for length and drama... new revlon, customeyes mascara. >>> reporter: on november 2nd, 2009, the "uss new york" sailed into the harbor of its namesake city for the first time. the bow of this ship is built from seven and a half tons of steel which was recovered from the world trade center after 9/11. >> the world trade center was always the symbol of new york, and now the "uss new york" becomes that symbol itself. the ship honors the victims of the 9/11 attacks as well as
some here worrying it is going to wreck america's already fragile economy. the shrugs? cut the federal gas tax. would that work? welcome to forbes on fox. we have mr. steve forbes, lindsey mcdonald, dennis neil. rich, let's start with you. >> one month ago this economic recovery was starting to look durable and american consumer confidence was the highest since the recession. now today, because oil has gone up $15 a barrel and gas has gone up 30 cents a gallon the economy looks more from jim. you can project 100 billion dollars of commerce will -- vanish just on the price of oil in administration needs to do anything possible to keep the price of energy low, including a temporary halting of the federal gas tax. >> david: neil, at least a temporary halting of the gas tax. >> sounds ridiculous. i don't think there's any coincidence that we have the lowest tax on gas in the developed world. also the biggest addiction. >> david: because they made a mistake there -- >> we have a tax system which punishes certain behavior and rewards other behavior. we use lots of oil, drive around in escala
to win visitors back. bitter taste-- union workers in america's chocolate town accept drastic layoffs rather than see their plant close completely. and field of dreams-- would-be hall of famers suit up and live their dreams of baseball glory no matter what their age. captioning sponsored by cbs >> mitchell: and good evening. it has been another day of fierce fighting, death, and surprise attacks in libya as the battle for the country rages on this weekend. and muammar qaddafi fights to stay in power. let's take a look at the latest. qaddafi forces mounted a fierce attack on the rebel-held town of zawiyah, while the rebel captured the key oil port of ras lanuf. and france and the u.k. continue to push for a no-fly zone over libya. we begin our coverage with mark phillips in tripoli. >> the situation there is quiet and peaceful. >> reporter: twice today, muammar qaddafi's government claimed it had taken control of the strategic town of zawiyah and released aerial gun camera footage which it said proved it. the government forces had moved in to the town to try to dislodge rebels once bef
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>>> good morning, america. i'm bianna golodryga. >> and i'm dan harris. this is saturday, march 5th. and this morning, rebound or relapse? we are looking for answer on the big looming question. as unemployment drops to the lowest level in two years, gas prices hit another high. will that stifle our burgeoning, yet fragile, economic recovery. >>> high-rise rescue. two workers dangle hundreds of feet above the ground of their scaffolding collapses. firefighters risk their own lives by repelling down the side of the building to save them. and it's all caught on tape. >>> huckabee versus hollywood. pundit and possible presidential candidate, mike huckabee, takes on natalie portman. accusing the oscar winner of glorifying single motherhood. now, he is facing serious blowback this morning. he responds. >>> and the royal impersonators. what's one of the most lucrative new jobs in britain? playing william and kate. and the money they're making, well, you could say it's fit for a future king and queen. >>> good morning, everybody. i want to welcome back bianna golodryga who spent the week ov
will do that. a lot of miss america candidates would like that treatment. >> and you wonder why the ratings keep falling. they take all the drama out of event. >> jon: that is a wrap this week. thanks to our panel. see you next week. >> bill: a few years ago when i interviewed donald rumsfeld he was bullish on iraq. in his new book, he really wasn't. mr. rumsfeld will be here to explain. >> tis the season to be school joolly and that means a little nip now and then. >> bill: and o'reilly page found in connecticut. wait until you see this. culture warriors will have fun with it. caution you are about to enter the no-spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching. is liberal america going to win the union controversy? that is the subject of talking points memo. there is no question the controversy over union pay and bargaining power. some liberals believe it's a victory up ahead for left wing america. so you see thousands of liberals taking to the streets demonstrating in support of public unions. you also see the committed left wing me
. >> translator: we will not accept this. thousands and thousands of people will be killed if america or the atlantic pack intervene in our country. >> reporter: in the front row government ministers sat stone-faced as threat piled on threat. instability in the mediterranean. attacks on the u.s. 6th fletd and an end to western oil contracts. then, as dramatic as his entrance, his exit no less theatrical. driven away in a golf cart. security men bouncing journalists and supporters out of the way. this is the scene after he's left. he's just gone out of building five minutes ago. the nice flower arrangement trampled over there by the hoards of people trying to get close to him. it's just a tidy up now. his message at the end very clear. this situation cannot go on, we will have to do something about it. and a message for the united states as well. if you're thinking of coming in to libya, we are ready for the challenge. nic robertson, cnn, tripoli, libya. >>> president obama put gadhafi and his forces on notice this week. his message, step down and stop the bloodshed or you will all be
that has an impact on every household in america. soaring gas prices. the unrest in libya is helping fuel that surge. since yesterday, you're paying on average two cents more for a gallon of regular unleaded. the national average, $3.49. and this is going to shock you. this time last year, the average price for that same gallon of gasoline was $2.72. higher gas prices are tied to the jump in the price of oil. it's above $104 a barrel right now. investors are worried about supply disruption if the unrest in north africa and the middle east keeps spread iing. the fight for libya is now in its 19th day. the violence escalating every hour. rebels capture ras lanuf. but forces loyal to moammar gadhafi are striking back on the ground and also from the air. new offensives under way in the town of zawiya, a half hour from the capital of tripoli. it has changed hands several times in recent days. right now the rebels are in control. we've been talking to a resident of zawiya. for his own safety, we won't identify him. we do have him with us to tell us exactly what's happening there. sir, can you h
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